Here's the second of the two part Attention podcast Skype call I recorded with Joshua Porter:
As I listened to the recordings to make the notes below, I came realise two things: Firstly, how much work is still ahead of us to work it out in this attention management space (but it will be fun - and of course, it'll never end....). Second, it appears that a non-trivial convergence is occurring, one that James Governor recognises and describes as a "quadrangulation of SSE, attention, RSS and OPML that creates the opportunity, no?". You've got it it James, and well put too.
Back to the podcast: again, Joshua's voice is relatively faint (compared to mine) but is audible - sorry about this.
Notes and links below.
- Anonymous e-commerce (intro)
- Identity 2.0, (02:10)
- Why should I trust Microsoft with my attention metadata? (04:10)
- Kim Cameron, InfoCard, and Identity Metasystem (07:56)
- Anonymous personalization (10:45)
- What social model fits here? (14:40)
- My OPML as my attention data (18:00)
- Have you been to a casino lately? (20:05)
- Solove's The Digital Person, Orwellian futures, little brothers, and Kafka's The Trial (24:30)
- Minority Report, The iris as a cookie (28:08)
- Will we have OPML spiders here soon? (29:00)
- Feed ranking in readers, OPML as expression of your attention, Attention engines (30:32)
- Users will drive the future of OPML (31:30)
- Google Base, user-defined schemas, structured blogging (33:25)
- user hacks, emergent standards, emergent tags (36:00)
- Ajax, Aflax, Flash-based data visualization (40:45)
- Hacking is really the only way to innovate, 45:00
- End (47:50)